ECLEC­TIC MIX

Hong Kong Tatler - - Jewellery -

he ris­ing stars of the jew­ellery world

New York-based Bochic has a bo­hemian spirit. Cre­ative direc­tor David Joseph com­bines old Hol­ly­wood glam­our with a vin­tage look, us­ing hand-carved ma­te­ri­als he finds on his fre­quent trips to Asia, such as Ser­bian mam­moth, English jet and wa­ter­melon tour­ma­lines. Lon­don jeweller Leyla Ab­dol­lahi’s de­signs are edgy yet taste­ful. Her lat­est range, Lust & Lure, draws on the art deco pe­riod, as shown (above) in a yel­low gold pen­dant with di­a­monds, emer­alds, onyx and ruby.

The de­but col­lec­tion from Hong Kong’s Van Eyck Fine Jew­elry, Birds of Par­adise, com­prises 25 in­tri­cate rings in­spired by rare Pa­pua New Guinean birds. The brand, named af­ter the Flem­ish artist cred­ited as the first mas­ter of oil paint­ing, works mainly with large, fancy colour di­a­monds. The Rib­bon-tailed As­trapia ring in gold fea­tures a 1.29-carat fancy brown pink di­a­mond, pink sap­phires, and black and bril­liant di­a­monds.

CLOCK­WISE FROM TOP LEFT: EAR­RING AND RING BY FER­RAR­IFIRENZE; NECK­LACE BY LEYLA AB­DOL­LAHI; CUFF AND EAR­RINGS BY BOCHIC; RING BY VAN EYCK

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